Cruisetours to Seward, Alaska

The population of Seward, Alaska is less than 3,000 people, but this town attracts thousands of visitors each year. Why? Because Seward represents the very best of Alaska and is an essential destination for anyone looking for an authentic Alaskan experience. The city's motto, "Alaska Starts Here," perfectly highlights its connection to the beautiful wild that is Alaska. In Seward, visitors can get close with some of Alaska's most exciting wildlife, explore Kenai Fjords National Park and see glaciers up close, sled the famous Iditarod National Historic Trail, and so much more. In Seward, the possibilities are endless.

The warmest months to visit Seward are June, July, and August, but don't expect beach weather! The average high is 60° and the average low is 49° - which is perfect for hiking and enjoying the outdoors of Kenai Peninsula. It's recommended to wear layers that can be removed or added as needed.

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Alaska SeaLife Center

The only facility in Alaska that combines a public aquarium with research, education and conservation; the Alaska SeaLife Center is a must see for all Seward visitors. The Alaska SeaLife Center has been granted accreditation by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, no small feat as less than 5% of the 6,000 zoos and aquariums in the United States have accreditation. Visitors can spend time with local marine life, such as sea lions, seals, sea urchins, crabs, octopi and more, all in their natural habitats. Visitors will also learn about the Alaska SeaLife Center's conservation efforts to keep Alaska's sea life thriving.

 

Kenai Fjords National Park

This national park is home to one of Alaska's most accessible glaciers - the Exit Glacier. Take the Kenai Fjords Tour day cruise to sail near coastal rainforests, glaciers and Alaskan islands while getting the chance to see seals, whales and puffins. The entire Kenai Peninsula features tons of astonishing and diverse scenery, and Seward, Alaska is your gateway to all of it!

 

Fishing

Alaska is known for its fishing and Seward is no exception. Visitors can try their hand at catching silver salmon, king salmon and halibut. There are plenty of fishing charters in Seward, but two to check out are Alaska Northern Outfitters and Puffin Fishing Charters.

 

To plan a cruisetour to Seward, Alaska, contact The Cruise Web today at 1-800-377-9383.

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